Non-denomonational Resources

Family Equality Council Wiki
An online database maintained collaboratively by people around the country, containing info about LGBTQ-family-friendly places of worship, schools, adoption agencies, towns / vacation spots, family laws by state, and doctors, therapists, etc.

For the Bible Tells Me So: A Study Guide and Advocacy Training Curriculum
Created to accompany the film For the Bible Tells Me So, this user-friendly guide will enable anyone to facilitate a moving conversation about the Bible, the church and LGBT people. It will empower you and participants to take these conversations to the next level and help create communities that move beyond acceptance to advocacy.

How to Respect a Transgender Person
If you have recently learned of a transgender person in your life, you might not understand their identity and you may be unsure of how to act around them without offending or hurting their feelings. Here’s how to understand and respect someone who challenges your ideas about gender, and who does not easily fall within the category of “male” or “female”.

Human Rights Campaign
The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender equality.

Out in Scripture
This Human Rights Campaign resource places comments about the Bible alongside the real life experiences and concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of faith and our allies.

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.

Southern Comfort
The Southern Comfort Conference, held annually in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of the major transgender gatherings of North America. This 4½ day conference is innovative in its “big brother / big sister” program which pairs up attendees who are just coming out with more experienced participants. The highlights include vendor tables, seminars and workshops along with many recreational opportunities.